Biography of Angélica Gordon (1791-1839)

French Ingeborg. He was born in 1791 and died in 1839. An unhappy passion led her to retreat to the Ursuline convent, where he spent his life doing charity work and write good books. His most notable writings are: poetic essays of a young tapeworm; Victorina, Eugenia, or politics and charity; Vacation or letters of some young people; Agustina or benefits of a Christian education; The godmother and the goddaughter or considerations about baptism; The twin sisters or vocation; The dangers of lightness; Dramas and proverbs; Life of Santa Catalina de Sena.